1. Corks vs. Screwcaps


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    Cork, screw caps, foam…what is the problem? Check it out. Visit: http://www.wineofthemonthclub.com http://www.wineofthemonthclub.tv http://www.facebook.com/WineoftheMonthClub http://twitter.com/WineoftheMonth

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    • Winchester Wine School Back to Basics course 11 May 2010 vs 2


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      Peter talks tasting and Mentadent moments.

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      • More 550D testing: Winetasting


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        The waiters from the River Cafe were all taken on a wine tour of the valley and I used the opportunity to get more familiar with the video on my 550D. I shot on 720 at 50p which gave me some awesome control for the slow mo stuff. I threw it together in Premiere Pro and did some colour correction.

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        • Gabe & Greg talk shop at Laurelhurst Cellars


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          Gabe shows us some of the special equiptment used by Laurelhurst Cellars in their bottling process, and talks about his background in brewing and winemaking. Greg talks about the time it takes to produce and bottle the wine.

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          • Laurelhurst Cellars, in Georgetown just south of downtown Seattle, is quietly making some amazing red wine


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            Owners and winemakers, Dave Halbgewachs, Greg Smallwood and Gabe Warner of Laurelhurst Cellars are making some incredible red wine in their Georgetown winery just south of downtown Seattle in Washington state. They invited us to visit the winery for a tour and barrel tasting. We were joined by my brother, Mike, who was in town for a forensic science conference, and his wife, Joanne, a chef in Cincinnati, Ohio. Their hospitality, and amazing wine, made for a really enjoyable evening.

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            • Wine with 'Attitude' - Jolivet Sauv. Blanc


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              Conducted an Acidity Test Taste with my brother Brandon. As it turns out, the test ended up null, since the flavors from one of the wines I used were pretty sour. I'm afraid it skewed the test. However, something good did come out of this confusion. It was crystal clear that one bottle was best...Pascal Jolivet's 'Attitude' Sauvignon Blanc. Definitely worth a try and at a great price point too. Here are some additional tasting notes: Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc, $12: Essence of apples; sour apples to be precise. My brother described it most accurately with 'it hits you like a freight train' Pascal Jolivet 'Attitude' Sauv. Blanc, $16: Wonderfully light & crisp. This one is very smooth, and reminiscent of a quality champagne without the bubbles. Comes from the Loire Valley of France. *Regarding the term 'Attitude'. I thought this may have been a label created exclusively for Americans :), but after doing further research, discovered this is the label they use in France as well! I must say, the wine with attitude did taste best! Correction: In the video, I mention Sauvignon Blanc is often called Chablis in French. This is incorrect. Chablis is actually 100% Chardonnay.

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              • Wine of the Month Club - May 2010 Limited Series


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                The Original Wine of the Month Club president Paul Kalemkiarian and co-host Ed Masciana taste Syrah/Cabernet Sauvignon, 2005. Opolo from Paso Robles, California; Shiraz, 2007. Ondine from Darling, South Africa; Chenin Blanc, 2008. Ondine from Darling, South Africa; and Pinot Gris, 2009. Torrent Bay from Nelson, New Zealand. Visit: http://www.wineofthemonthclub.com http://www.wineofthemonthclub.tv http://www.facebook.com/WineoftheMonthClub http://twitter.com/WineoftheMonth

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                • World of Wine


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                  The Brick Oven Bistro has been serving wine for as long as it has served food, and owners Stephanie Telesco and Jeff Nee are pretty picky about what they stock. At the same time, however, they don't brook any snobbery toward appreciating good wines, and for many years now they've been hosting wine classes at their restaurant to share their love of vino with their customers. Their latest wine class series is hosted by wine distributor and former chef, Brad Cowan, of BRJ Distributing in Boise. Every month, beginning April 27, Brad will be showcasing wines from different parts of the world. The wine classes will be held at the Brick Oven Bistro, and $15 not only gets you an outpouring of vino and knowledge, but hors d'oeuvres as well. See you there!

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